Madness (2001)Eau de Parfum

Madness (Eau de Parfum) by Chopard
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Madness (Eau de Parfum) is a perfume by Chopard for women and was released in 2001. The scent is spicy-sweet. It was last marketed by Lancaster.

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6.5 (143 Ratings)

Longevity

7.7 (102 Ratings)

Sillage

6.8 (102 Ratings)

Bottle

6.9 (103 Ratings)
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 12.01.2020.

Variant of the fragrance concentration

This is a variant of the perfume Madness (Eau de Toilette) by Chopard, which differs in concentration.
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MisskMissk 8 years ago

„Complex madness”


Madness represents my childhood in lots of ways. Not in the mad aspect but from the way it smells. From the first spray on the skin this fragrance was strong...
EvaKEvaK 5 years ago

„Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”


I would say that Madness really has a split personality, so the name fits juice very well! The way it develops is shocking every time I wear it. The opening...
4.0 7.0 7.0 7.0/10
ElysaShades

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Very helpful Review    8
A little crazy is exciting anyway!
I picked up Madness in the bay a few years ago. But it was already set up long ago, so testing in advance was not an option. But I would strongly recommend the same here.

I agree with some of my previous posters here: write "Serge Lutens" on the bottle and we have a flawless niche fragrance. Madness is like a good, solid piece of music, which is just a little bit too weird to really take off in the mainstream. It didn't help that shortly after the turn of the millennium there was a general mood of optimism and one pretended to be terribly innovative, after all the year has a two in front now. So Let's go mad! In the end, the nose-flatterers were given preference.

But if you look more carefully, madness is not so weird. Just a little special at most. The peppery top note is supported by the lychee. I don't smell it as such, it just makes the fragrance a bit more sparkling, almost a bit ethereal, until the rose makes its appearance.

What could lead to displeasure here is that the rose is quite heavy on the one hand, but still soapy on the other. AND the hibiscus. Green, a bit herbaceous and over time causing certain cough syrup associations. This is special, I can't think of any other scent that smells similar. Especially not in the rather cheap designer corner.

The base is woody, the rose is still present, darker and not soapy. Now it actually smells a bit elegant, the cough syrup was drunk up well-behaved. I don't know about cotton candy. Madness is also in the base only cautiously sweet. But I find it quite pleasant that there is no vanilla, no amber and no sandalwood. It's just different.

Madness is a character scent for me. You can wear it all year round and on any occasion, but you have to really like it. In any case, it would be a great signature scent. Because it's special and not every other person wears it.

On me it holds on the whole day, the sillage is just so present that it is not yet intrusive. for my subjective feeling. I perceive the scent but rather profoundly.
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Fannfan

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Helpful Review    6
Madness? Madness!!
I love this scent that I didn't even buy myself. My husband gave it to me when the perfume came fresh into the perfumery. I wonder if that was a good idea With "Madness"??

Oh, Madness, it went well. This fragrance was simply fragrant, not only on the bottle but also on my skin :)
I was there and gone and this madness became my daily autumn-winter companion; in the morning after showering and dressing fix a spray of madness on the décolleté - splendid.
Only this lightly peppery lychee and very slowly the warmth from the rosewood comes with a little bit of cotton candy scent... Exactly what I need on the dull autumn/winter days.
Madness lasts with me very long. Strangely enough, it is also a fragrance that I can still perceive on myself even after a long time.
For going out to dinner, to an invitation or so then comes an extra spray in the hair - ready.

This fragrance is unmistakably mine and I have still a supply put on ... Too bad, I almost always have the bad luck that production is stopped by fragrances that are super compatible with my skin...
LG
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EvaK

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EvaK
EvaK
Helpful Review    3
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
I would say that Madness really has a split personality, so the name fits juice very well! The way it develops is shocking every time I wear it. The opening is sharp like a razor, as nose-burning as the smell of wasabi. (No, it does NOT smell like wasabi at all! It's just the best example I can give.) To be honest I find that opening to be the worst and most godawful I've encounted to this day. It takes a long time - up to 45 minutes mintues before it changes noticably. At that point it turns into a very soft, non-offending skin scent - that type of scent that is hard to remember the next day. Odd, but definitely interesting. I've given it several chances, but I have to give up. Most of the time I can wait for an umpleasant opening to wear off, but not this time. The heart and base aren't interesting enough to be worth the suffering, especially not when it takes this long. Not recommended as a blind buy! Still, it's very pleasant if you can wait for it. But in case you like the opning, there's a risk you will be disappointed later on. Normally I'm fond of "chameleon fragrances" as I call them, but sadly, not this time.
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LadyRogue

166 Reviews
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LadyRogue
Helpful Review    3
Mad in a Good Way
Chopards Madness is a bit mad, in a good way. When first sprayed you think it's pepper-spray (literally) but hold on! Give it a chance! If you allow it to settle, a beautiful rosewood note thanks you for it and gets slowly accompanied by hibiscus and something sweet, not cotton candy to my nose but definitely litchi. This one is not for everyone, you could even say it's an acquired taste.

I love notorious Ladies like: Cabochard, Bandit, Magie Noire, etc. so, I am not quickly daunted by "heavy" characters and this one is a heavy character for sure, bordering on unisex but somehow a strong feminine, elegant dry down prevents it from being too masculine. This one is best 'let out' during evening, and is definitely one you should not buy blind!
The silage is great, the longevity is 5+ hours on me. It's a powdery pepper with a woodsy (almost incense-like) edge, wrapped in a hint of florals and sprinkled with a dash of litchi. Madness, but I like it.
7.5 7.5 7.5 10.0/10
Lola82

362 Reviews
Lola82
Lola82
Madness
This intoxicating aroma with the blendings of Pink Pepper Brazilian Rosewood rose yummy cotten candy pink litchi and i pick a scent of raspberry
in this perfume. deep sultry it wasn't
what i expected i expected more pungent
like with a cinnamon note but it a has a more deeper more laqcard woodsey
scent i just love the bottle i love
the Deep Red and the shape is a reminisence of a 1980's videogame Design i just love
7.5 7.5 7.0/10
Missk

1165 Reviews
Missk
Missk
Helpful Review    3
Complex madness
Madness represents my childhood in lots of ways. Not in the mad aspect but from the way it smells.

From the first spray on the skin this fragrance was strong and fruity. I sensed strong candied raspberry, even though it is not listed here. I was always one of those strange kids that loved raspberry cordial with only a small amount of water. I hated heavily diluted cordial. Madness is that rich, syrupy red, raspberry flavoured cordial. It smells just like it.

I can understand that for some people this is sickly, but to me this is rich and sweet, the way I like it. Slightly masculine, but feminine and elegant at the same time, Madness can be rather conflicting.

The heart of rose and hibiscus reminds me of my mother's garden before she pulled them out and replaced them with a cactus garden. I used to take the petals and mash them up in a bowl of hot water to make what I called "flower soup" as a child.

The drydown which is mostly fairyfloss, I'm sure is a smell that most people remember as a child. The woodsy notes that compliment the sugary sweet fairyfloss makes me think of a Circus. The smell of sawdust and candy polluting the air.

A strange fragrance it certainly is, but a lovely one at that. For me the experience is entirely personal, but for others you may find other similarities to your childhood and if you don't you may just like Madness simply because of the composition. Either way I recommend.

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